Green and Humanitarian Organization (GHO) in Kigoma, Tanzania
The objectives that the GHO is implementing are:
Tackling rural poverty through promoting sustainable farming systems which are environmentally sound, economically viable and socially acceptable,
Fostering rational utilization of natural resources for sustainable development in healthy, clean and friendly environment in order to ensure food security, diversify sources of income and improved livelihood of communities.
Empowering/ awakening the communities to own and manage the environmental resources sustainably using their indigenous knowledge and incorporating science and technology where necessary.
Initiate promote and coordinate community based strategies for livelihood improvement and sustainable utilization of resources so as to ensure sustainable use throughout. These strategies shall include but not limited to the following:
Land Use management
To promote environmentally sound investments
Stimulate and promote community-based income generating activities aimed at reducing poverty, which are conscious of the environmental impact.
Encourage the communities in Tanzania to improve their health status and sanitary conditions and contribute to processes aimed at haltering the ongoing spread of HIV/ Aids., Malaria and other pandemic diseases.
The ICPU supports the GHO in building an elementary school for children.
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SecuKids - Child Protection Coordinator
Violence against children is a worldwide problem and has been for many years. We must finally do something about the fact that children are victims of violence, bullying or neglect every day. The SecuKids team from Germany, in collaboration with the International Association of Personal Protection Agents, has designed an online Child Protection Coordinator course so that adults working with children worldwide (schools, kindergartens, sports clubs, etc.) can take responsibility for child protection and know how to implement this difficult issue. The online course raises awareness and explains the signs of child abuse, violence or bullying.
Take responsibility and become a Child Protection Coordinator now: